(Photo credit: Vintage Motoring.blogspot.com)
1906 Rolls Royce 30hp in front of Euclid Hall on Upper West Side, of Manhattan on Broadway between W 85th and W 86th Streets. Built in 1903 to take advantage of the new subway, which was built in 1904, the building had red brickwork with iron details. The first tenents were prosperous professional types and many families had live-in-servents.
(Photo credit:© Mitchell Hall 2015)
By the 1930's the neighborhood had changed and was a bit run down, the building was converted to single rooms as The Euclid Hall Hotel. Today the 273 SRO (single room occupancy) units provides permanent housing for persons with very low incomes, persons with experiences of homelessness, and pre-existing tenants.